Chapter2 Tere

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
WR74
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by WR74

cyclenutnz wrote:Have been meaning to post pics for a while. Built it at the start of August as soon as H11 landed here. Which turned out to be before Campag had given their distributors any education or parts lists, so it was a bit of a journey of discovery (happily it's all Magura kit for the Hydros so I had all the necessary tools).
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Tyres are Conti GP4000SII 28, measuring out at ~31mm
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And I weighed as I built:
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After taking these pics I went for a 10min ride around the block then packed it into the Evoc bag to go to Austria for a very unpleasant triathlon (2500m climbing in 93km). Not how I usually like to do things (both racing on an untested bike and riding up big hills).
That looks like loads of clearance available, even with 28mm tyres. What's the max it'll fit? I expected 25mm.

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kode54
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by kode54

looks like more than enough room for 30mm.
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silvalis
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by silvalis

The rimbrakes are officially listed as 25mm, discs are 28.
On my rimbrake c2, I had GP4000 on SL23 rims which was around 27.5mm and had plenty of clearance to spare.
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WR74
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by WR74

silvalis wrote:The rimbrakes are officially listed as 25mm, discs are 28.
On my rimbrake c2, I had GP4000 on SL23 rims which was around 27.5mm and had plenty of clearance to spare.
Thanks, makes these a very attractive option for a N+1

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by cyclenutnz

The 28mm tyres were 31mm when fairly new so would be out to 32 now.
Tempted to get some 33mm CX tyres so this can be my gravel-ish bike, I don't see an issue with fitting.
Tyre clearance defined by having 6mm all around on modern bikes, so you can always go bigger than stated.
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by cwdzoot

I've been running 28mm Vittoria G+ on Zipp 202 rims on my rim brake Tere and they fit with plenty of room. Tires measure a good deal more than 28mm so I don't think you will have a problem going to 33 on the disc frame.
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by Hoing

looks great. list on next my bike frameset.

WR74
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by WR74

cwdzoot wrote:I've been running 28mm Vittoria G+ on Zipp 202 rims on my rim brake Tere and they fit with plenty of room. Tires measure a good deal more than 28mm so I don't think you will have a problem going to 33 on the disc frame.
Thanks for the feedback.

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SimmyD
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by SimmyD

Hey all,

What BB did it come with? I am looking to order one but I will be putting a GXP SRAM crank on it so need a 22mm bearing on the non drive side.

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by cwdzoot

It’s a PF86 BB not included with frame. For your GXP crank you can purchase any PF86 GXP Bottom bracket.
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by SimmyD

Thanks. Makes sense :)

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by Jian81

Saw this stunning frameset design and ordered one straight away. Big fan of the elegant frame design and colour choices, will update here once my build is ready! =)

https://sg.chapter2bikes.com/green-aqua ... -tere.html

SimmyD
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by SimmyD

To the people with these now. How are they holding up? keen to hear more :)

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silvalis
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by silvalis

I haven't broken anything yet.
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moonoi
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by moonoi

Still love riding mine, nothing broken but after 800km I got an annoying creak noise. I suspect it's the rear QR skewer as it doesn't do it when it's mounted on my TACX Neo but haven't had time to play around and confirm

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